#0074: Willa Cather to George Seibel, July 21, 1902

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CRANSTON'S
WAVERLEY TEMPERANCE HOTELS
LONDON,
SOUTHAMPTON ROW. W. C
TELEGRAPHIC ADDRESS,
"ROBSART, LONDON."
TELEPHONE No4131 GERARD.
EDINBURGH,
NEW WAVERLEY HOTEL,
WATERLOO PLACE,
TELEGRAPHIC ADDRESS,
"IVANHOE EDINBURGH."
TELEPHONE No 1007.
GUILDHALL HALL, LONDON.
AT TOP OF KING STREET.
CARLTON HILL, EDINBURGH.
OPPOSITE NEW WAVERLEY HOTEL WATERLOO PLACE.
OLD WAVERLEY HOTEL, 43 PRINCES STREET, EDINBURGH.
TELEGRAPHIC ADDRESS "WAVERLEY, EDINBURGH."
TELEPHONE No 1006.
GLASGOW 172, SAUCHIEHALL STREET,
TELEGRAPHIC ADDRESS, "WAVERLEY HOTEL, GLASGOW," TELEPHONE No 128."
TELEGRAPHIC ADDRESS,
"REDGAUNTLET, LONDON."
WAVERLEY TEMPERANCE HOTEL,
37 King Street Cheapside
My Dear Mr. Seibel1;

Here is an article3 on one of the most interesting English industries4 I have found. I wish the pictures were better, but our camera is small. We are having the time of our lives, I can assure you. I will try to write Mrs. Seibel5 a long letter from Paris6. Isabelle7 asks to be remembered to you all and I send my love to the entire family8 including Omar9

Faithfully Willa Cather